Where to the NFL in Vegas on the Strip

Although the glitz and glam of the casinos and hotels might be a big draw to Vegas, people also come from all corners of the globe to watch some of the most exciting sporting events you can imagine.

Whether you’re trying to figure out where to watch the NFL in Vegas or trying to catch the latest MMA or boxing match, you will not go wrong visiting the best sports bars in Las Vegas.

Where to the NFL in Vegas on the Strip

Top 10 NFL Sports Bars in Las Vegas

We have some of the best tips and tricks on where to watch sports in Vegas.

Check out our favorite on-the-strip sports bars below:

Blondies Sports Bar & Grill

This family-friendly venue is found in the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood. There are more than 40 televisions playing every game being televised, a beer pong table, and servers dressed up as cheerleaders to mimic the college football tailgating experience.

Level UP at MGM Grand

The Level UP adults-only sports bar is found at MGM Grand between the Sportsbook and Hakkasan Nightclub.

Open Thursday through Monday, with late nights on Fridays and Saturdays, this high-tech sports bar is perfect for public or private viewings for NFL games and more. Level UP even includes a virtual reality gaming center.

Related: 15 Things to do at the MGM Grand

Tap Sports Bar Vegas at MGM Grand

If you’re looking for a great family-friendly bar and grill at MGM Grand, try Tap Sports Bar Vegas.

There are 60 television screens, and every table is surrounded by sports memorabilia.

PT Wings and Sports – The Strat

If you love microbrews, you will love PT Wings and Sports at The Strat.

They are known for burgers and craft beer, and host private events. This tap house is family-friendly but smaller and more intimate than other sports bars on the strip.

Beer Park – LINQ Promenade

Beer Park is open 7 days a week and opens early, at 9am on the weekends. Found in Paris Las Vegas at the LINQ Promenade, Beer Park is raved about as one of the best rooftop bars in Las Vegas.

The huge, 9,000-square-foot outdoor deck is where ESPN hosts SportsCenter and visitors can try more than 100 different bottles and draft beers along with dozens of cocktails. The deck also overlooks the iconic Bellagio Fountains.

Charlie’s Bar and Grill at Wynn

Charlie’s is named after the late Charlie Meyerson, a longtime casino host at Mirage and a staple on the Las Vegas Strip during his day.

This bar and grill is known for their elevated tailgating food such as burgers, all-beef Chicago-style hotdogs, loaded nachos, and more.

Ringers Wings, Pizza, and Sliders Sports Bar

Families love Ringers Wings, Pizza and Sliders because of the casual setting and delicious pub fare at this Planet Hollywood Restaurant. Space is also available to rent for private events such as bachelor parties.

Stadia – Caesars Palace

If you are looking for sports viewing in the lap of luxury, look no further than Stadia Bar at Caesars Palace. The cocktail and drink selection are high-end and custom, there are numerous HD televisions, and the amenities are lavishly baseball-stadium-themed.

The venue is 21+ only and is open 7 days per week from 10am to midnight.

Rockhouse Venetian Vegas

Inside the Grand Canal Shops at Venetian Rockhouse offers a cheap breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks with a classic Rock ‘n’ roll theme and complimentary parking.

Rockhouse is open late nights on Friday and Saturday with a menu that will satisfy all. Several televisions are suspended from the ceiling, pool tables, and a beautiful lounge with Victorian Era furniture and chandeliers.

The Still Vegas – at Mirage

When you are in the mood for the ultimate man-cave in Las Vegas, The Still has you covered. Found in the Mirage, sports junkies can dine on craft beer and mouth-watering upscale bar food.

The kitchen was made from an abandoned airstream trailer found in the hills of Tennessee that was owned by the Still family, the bar’s namesake.

Off Strip Choices for Best NFL Sports Bars in Vegas

Circa Sportsbook

With movie theatre style stadium seating, Circa Sportsbook is one of the biggest sports betting venues in the world. The 3-story sportsbook offers a no-frills, dedicated sports-viewing atmosphere with the most advanced technology available.

Networks use Circa as their broadcasting location and visitors can often glimpse industry professionals, high-profile athletes, and sports managers. The viewing capacity is 1,000 patrons; however, private areas are available for rent.

Located on Fremont Street in one of the newer casino resorts in Las Vegas.

Stadium Swim Pool

Stadium Swim is at Circa Casino resort on Fremont Street and is open 365 days a year with early morning hours for hotel guests. In addition to the marquee 143 ft TV screen, there are swim up bars, private cabanas, and lounges for rent, and 6 swimming pools to split between 4,000 people.

There is no shortage of places to watch sports in Vegas whether on the strip or downtown. Sports betting and viewing is a huge part of the Las Vegas experience and folks come from around the world to partake in the best sports betting available.

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